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At present, the use of water-based industrial paints is becoming more and more extensive.
Because they are environmentally friendly paints, they are loved and trusted by consumers and distributors.
However, water-based paints also have shortcomings.
Let me share with you the analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of water-based industrial paint.
The following is the collated relevant information.
Global Coatings Network News:
The main solvent of water-based industrial paint is water, which is environmentally friendly, energy-saving, and will not cause pollution.
In the future development of coatings, it will gradually replace solvent coatings.
Water-based industrial paint mainly adopts advanced technological formulas and scientific design schemes.
It is in line with the development direction of green coatings at home and abroad, and is very popular in all walks of life, especially in house decoration.
Water-based industrial paints are usually divided into water-based anti-rust paints.
The most common ones currently on the market are: acrylic water-based anti-rust paints, alkyd anti-rust paints, epoxy water-based anti-rust paints, amino water-based anti-rust paints, and phenolic water-based paints.
Several categories such as anti-rust paint.
Advantages of water-based industrial paint:
Environmental protection: Water-based paint uses water as a solvent, which will not cause harm to human body during use, nor will it pollute the environment, and load people's green life concept.
Moreover, using water as the solvent greatly saves resources.
It has strong adaptability, can be sprayed directly in any environment, and has superior adhesion.
The coating tools of water-based paint are easy to clean and do not need to consume a lot of detergent.
The paint film has high density and is easy to repair.
It has good matching performance and can be matched with all solvent-based paints and covered.
Good filling property, not easy to burn, and high paint adhesion.
Disadvantages of water-based industrial paint:
During the construction process, the requirements for the surface of the sprayed object are particularly high.
If the surface is not cleaned, it will cause shrinkage in the coating film.
It will corrode coating equipment, so stainless steel must be used as the substrate, but stainless steel is more cost-effective.
The thermal stability and water resistance of water-based industrial paint are relatively poor, which will affect the performance of the coating film during use.
If additives with high boiling points are added to the water-based industrial paint, oily smoke will be produced during baking, which will affect the appearance of the coating film surface.
The latent heat of water evaporation of water-based paint is large, and the drying time of the paint film is relatively slow.
The price is more expensive than solvent-based paint.
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